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I really like the effects of ENB. I've used http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/11318 and http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/15425

My only problem is that both makes nights and indoor areas way too dark. Please don't say to use torches because I already am and it's still way too dark and using torches indoors is silly.

I've tried messing with several enbseries.ini settings but nothing seems to change anything.

Anyone have any nice presets or tips that helps me with my problem?

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download the latest d3d9 from this website
http://www.enbdev.co...kyrim_v0132.htm

Extract it into your skyrim folder as you would an ENB. Overwrite everything by clicking yes all. Then extract everything from your favorite ENB EXCEPT THE D3D9 FILE.
Start your game up, load a save file, press ~ to open the console then press Shift+Enter. A menu will open on the left hand side. From here you can edit the settings of ENB while in game and view its effects. What you are looking for is NightTimeBrightness and InteriorBrightness I believe, edit those by making them higher. You can click the button on the far left of each ini setting and hold your mouse click then move the mouse in a circular function to make settings go higher or lower faster.

Click save configuration when you have the desired ENB effect, then press Shift+Enter and ~ to resume playing. You can press Shift+Enter normally, but pressing ~ means you won't accidentally start attacking people while messing with ENB's in game gui. This only works with the latest ENB for Skyrim and will not work for older versions.

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Thank you, you are very sexy.

Just a few questions while I already have a thread up.

What's the difference between Injector and Wrapper?

What settings have an actual effect on performance? I know one of them is DoF, is that right?

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Thank you, you are very sexy.

Just a few questions while I already have a thread up.

What's the difference between Injector and Wrapper?

What settings have an actual effect on performance? I know one of them is DoF, is that right?


Wrapper runs in conjunction with the executable I think. The injector actually forces it's stuff into the process. You want the files from the wrapper folder.

DOF, Ambient Occlusion, Reflections are some of the biggest hitters. But all ENB features in general have a large effect on performance. Most ENB's turn off ambient occlusion and reflections however by default due to a number of issues with how they effect textures, and you can generally safely turn off DOF while maintaining enhanced colours granted by an ENB, without effecting the experience its trying to deliver.

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ENBInjector uses less memory and is faster



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ENBInjector uses less memory and is faster

 

Why? How?






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